Lecturer - Drawing
|Contact Campus||Hobart CBD Campuses|
|Building||Centre for the Arts, Drawing, Level 2|
|Telephone||+61 3 6226 4344|
|Fax||+61 3 6226 4308|
Mary Scott’s teaching interests include contemporary painting practice, historical developments in pictorialism, gender issues, image and technology. She teaches in Painting and in Digital Media and is primary supervisor to Honours, MFA and PhD candidates.
Mary Scott studied at the Canberra School of Art and then at Tasmanian School of Art, completing a MFA in 1987. She taught at the Canberra School of Art and the University of Northern Territory, before returning to take up a teaching position in painting at the Tasmanian School of Art in 1991 where is she completed a PhD in 2001. She is a founding member of the Digital Art Research Facility established at the University of Tasmania in 1995 and was a recipient of an Australian Research Grants in partnership with other members. Scott’s work has been exhibited regularly since 1990, is included in many public and private collections and she has been awarded both teaching and practice-based grants. Mary’s work is referenced through numerous texts and catalogues. Mary was awarded a three year Rising Stars research grant for 2010 and was the School of Art Research Co-ordinator from 2007-2009.
Mary Scott’s chief research interests include: painting and its interpretation within contemporary practice; gender, artifice and society; transgression and protocols; pictorialism and its interpretation through technology.
For further information visit the University of Tasmania Research Listing
Authorised by the Head of School, Tasmanian College of the Arts
23 April, 2013